Picket in support of the 5th Annual International POW Day, which was held in the Bullring on the 24th of October. This statement was read out at the picket;

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End the Maghberry torture

Comrades, we are gathered here today to pay homage to our brave volunteers and to highlight the plight that they are currently facing as they languish in captivity. It is important to send not only our Solidarity, but also to show our defiance of British rule and continue to progress towards the United Ireland we need.

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Comrades of RSF picketing at the Bullring in Wexford, on the 5th Annual International POW Day.

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Comrades of RSF James Connolly Cumann in Australia on International POW Day.
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International Prisoner of War Day of Action
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Comrades in Gaza showing there Solidarity
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Comrades in Solidarity also in London, England.

With many thanks to: Republican Sinn Féin Wexford:
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PUBLIC MEETING IN SOLIDARITY WITH MARIAN PRICE – GLASGOW !

END FORCED STRIPSEARCHS – END CONTROLLED MOVEMENT – IMPLEMENT THE AUG 2010 AGREEMENT !

Just back from a POW picket in Coalisland. very well attended despite the weather, great to see so many people prepared to take to the streets and great to see so many ex-POWs there Stephen Murney

[People] New Year Hope and Happiness for 2012 by Fr. Shay Cullen

[People] New Year Hope and Happiness for 2012 by Fr. Shay Cullen.

[In the news] HR watchdog: Phl makes little progress against rights violations – PhilStar.com

[In the news] HR watchdog: Phl makes little progress against rights violations – PhilStar.com.

Protest In Support Of Republican POW’s

 
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16 July · 14:00 – 16:30

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Protest In Support Of Republican POW‘s in Maghaberry GaolSaturday 16th July 2011

George Square, Glasgow City Centre

2pm Assemble

All Groups & All Banners Welcome !

Support The POW’s !

 
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Protest in solidarity with Syrian Revolution -Sunday Glasgow, George Square

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26 June · 14:00 – 16:00

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Brave Tunisians and Egyptians got rid of the dictator who butchered thousands of his own people. They said “no’’ to dictatorship and they have succeeded. Even at its last moment a dictator or dictatorialsystem knows no remorse but continue with the mentality of “If my reign ends… lives will be ended “.Fearless Syrians have broken the fear barrier that was enforced by the dictator. They have been protesting, demanding their …freedom for the past eight weeks. Syrians have sacrificed a lot in their pursuit to remove the most oppressive regime of our time from office and dismantle the system of terror he imposed.
Syrian security forces shot dead 11 mourners on Saturday 21/05/11 at a mass funeral, until now human rights reports indicate 1800 were killed, 5,000 injured and more than 18,000 arrested since the start of the uprising.

They have shown great courage to scream in the face of tyranny. For 40 years they have endured immense cruelty under the regime of the Al-Assad Family. Whereas the revolutions of Egypt and Tunisia were able to succeed due to the defection of large sections of the police and army, in Syria the regime has managed to keep national security intact – yet the people of Syria have remained steadfast in their determination for democracy.

They protested day and night. They are paying with their lives to win back their beloved country. However, as one protestor exclaimed “The barrier of fear is being broken piece by piece”. The uprising is gathering pace – it’s now our duty to reach out for those who are oppressed.
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Protest in solidarity with Syrian Revolution – Glasgow, George Square

 
 
 
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26 June · 14:00 – 16:00

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Brave Tunisians and Egyptians got rid of the dictator who butchered thousands of his own people. They said “no’’ to dictatorship and they have succeeded. Even at its last moment a dictator or dictatorialsystem knows no remorse but continue with the mentality of “If my reign ends… lives will be ended “.Fearless Syrians have broken the fear barrier that was enforced by the dictator. They have been protesting, demanding their …freedom for the past eight weeks. Syrians have sacrificed a lot in their pursuit to remove the most oppressive regime of our time from office and dismantle the system of terror he imposed.
Syrian security forces shot dead 11 mourners on Saturday 21/05/11 at a mass funeral, until now human rights reports indicate 1800 were killed, 5,000 injured and more than 18,000 arrested since the start of the uprising.

They have shown great courage to scream in the face of tyranny. For 40 years they have endured immense cruelty under the regime of the Al-Assad Family. Whereas the revolutions of Egypt and Tunisia were able to succeed due to the defection of large sections of the police and army, in Syria the regime has managed to keep national security intact – yet the people of Syria have remained steadfast in their determination for democracy.

They protested day and night. They are paying with their lives to win back their beloved country. However, as one protestor exclaimed “The barrier of fear is being broken piece by piece”. The uprising is gathering pace – it’s now our duty to reach out for those who are oppressed.
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